This Christmas, why not give the sharpest gift one can give: a knife. Whether it’s your mom, your dad, your crazy uncle or your fishing buddy, you’ve undoubtedly got a knife fan in your family. Here are five knives that make fantastic Christmas gifts.
This award-winning knife measures 9.75 inches and has a full-tang high-carbon stainless steel blade that’s coated with black oxide for ultimate corrosion resistance. The handle is soft and ergonomic and the knife comes with a high-quality sheath in addition to a leg strap, ensuring that carrying is always convenient.
If you’re looking for the ultimate tactical folding knife, check out this Smith & Wesson masterpiece. With its reliable framelock, it can sustain a tremendous amount of pressure in any extreme situation. The sturdy thumb stud on the blade allows you to open it quickly and effortlessly with one hand when you need instant access to your knife. This finely crafted knife is ideal for everyday tasks or intense use in the heart of a jungle.
This heavy-duty service Kukri is a woodsman’s best friend. Measuring in at a whopping 18-plus inches, with an 11.75-inch blade, this giant carbon-steel beauty slices through small brush with ease. Not only does this knife come with a classy-looking brass-tipped leather sheath, but it is also accompanied by two extra 3-inch knives, great for stocking stuffers for your family’s knife fans.
Personalized Smith and Wesson Military Police 2nd Generation M.A.G.I.C. Assisted Opening Pocket Knife : $59.99
If you’re looking to give a truly individual gift this year, consider picking up this Smith and Wesson military knife and having it stamped with a personal message.
This military police pocket knife is off the charts when it comes to its cool factor. Not only is this extremely sharp and practical, but it also comes equipped with a M.A.G.I.C. assisted-opening mechanism that will leave you and your friends in awe. With the release of a safety switch and the flick of a thumb, the partially-serrated blade will literally spring into action.
Got a favorite of these four? Let us know which knife you’d prefer to find under the tree in the comment section below.